Microsoft discontinued Windows Live Messenger (previously known as MSN Messenger) in April 2013. The product is now only supported in mainland China, so outside of China, it is unlikely to find someone who still uses Messenger.
Microsoft now suggests users adopt Skype, which has the same instant text messaging functions as Messenger did, as well as video and audio chat. If a user attempts to log into the Messenger client, they will be directed to download Skype.
MSN Messenger (renamed Windows Live Messenger in 2005) was one of the most popular instant messaging programs of the 2000s, boasting 330 million users monthly in 2009.Learn More
In most browsers, you can change your homepage to MSN through the browser settings. The way to change your homepage is different for each browser.Full Answer >
With most Web browsers, the best first step to making MSN.com a home page is to visit the MSN.com page. From that point, the process one would follow to make that the home page would vary depending on the Web browser being used.Full Answer >
Change your home page using the options within the browser settings. Find these settings in the submenus of Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. You only need a Web browser and an Internet connection to get started.Full Answer >
Unfortunately, Windows Live Messenger, also known as MSN Messenger, was phased out on March 15, 2013 in every market except mainland China. Most markets have been migrated to Skype, a service similar to MSN Messenger. It was, however, impossible to change the email address associated with a Windows Live Messenger Account, as users were unable to change their email addresses without creating an entirely new account.Full Answer >